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Geez, I’m really sorry dad. I thought a burp was coming up, I didn’t realize it was my snack coming back for an encore. It must have been the fly I ate that was buzzing around my head.. He must have eaten something that didn’t agree with me. No, I didn’t eat too much. Well, maybe just a wee bit more than normal.
It’ll take no time at all to clean. Here, I’ll help dad.
What’s this floating in here. Uh, dad, I don’t think this part of the fly should be here anymore.
It’s looking good, dad. What’s that? Oh, It’s part of the fountain. I didn’t know that! This fountain is cool. There we go. Nice and clean again.
Now it’s time for Shoko’s wisdom words, otherwise known as Meezer Proverbs.
Whattt….oh, right, Meezer Proverbs. I drifted off to fantasyland but I’m back now.
“The wise meezer will demand and get respect from his roomies. If, your roomie doesn’t act respectful, screech until he gets the message. He will bow to your wishes after that.”
Mom and I went for a stroll yesterday, a long stroll. The sun was peeking through the clouds and there was just a spit of rain here and there. So off we went down the street. I was a little embarrassed, peeps were pointing and laughing at me….this is rude. Mom told me to ignore them and enjoy the ride. So I lay down and watched all the peeps and scenery go by. This is Gateway Facility for Seniors where mom volunteers every Monday. They have a nice bench mom relaxed on before we continued our travels.
Mom went strolling down a busy street where semi’s were rushing by me. I was getting a little scared but we got off of the sidewalk, stopped and talked with a lady that had purple hair. She had a shopping cart with the statement…”I can’t take it anymore.” She was a sad lady. Mom and I talked with her for a long time. She told us her story and we listened. By the time we left she looked a little more hopeful.
We strolled into the Youth Centre where dad volunteers and he was delighted to see us. He proceeded to show us the new wheelchair lift they had gotten recently. Mom and I just had to ride on it. After this amazing display where dad brought the bar down on mom’s head and I mewed in merriment, while mom was a little ticked, we went home.
Shoko was waiting for us on the fence and came dancing in the front door while mom picked up the mail. There was mail for Shoko! It was from Cat Scouts. The parcel held a kerchief from the April quest Shoko was on. Shoko wanted her new kerchief on like right now.
There you have it, Shoko modelling her kerchief. Does she look like a proud dudette or what?
We are chillaxin’ around the backyard today. Several new cats have moved into the neighbourhood along with new neighbours for mom and dad. The good news is the Woofies that barked like idiots on a stick whenever Kali and I walked down the Lane, moved away. Kali greeted the black cat that lives in the house behind us. There is a young black cat that lives, we think, in the same house. The young’un’ is about 5 or 6 months and altogether too delighted to see us. We need our personal space and this young’un’ hasn’t heard of boundaries yet. This lovely creature is our new next door neighbour, Juno. She sits and watches Kali and I on the deck. She tends to be a tad rude staring at us but I guess she’s not used to such happy and pretty dudettes living next door,
Juno did pop round and say hi to us while her parents were having a BBQ with mom and dad.
Of course Cow Kitty is still here and I play with him a bit more. Cow kitty chases me and I can be seen as a seal colored blur headed toward the nip and from Cow Kitty. I used to run to the sliding glass door with a puffy tail…that’s when he used to scare me, not anymore. Every morning Cow Kitty has a play fight with the pea netting. We know he’s playing and not stuck because he stops playing and has a tinkle, then goes back to fighting with the netting.
This is my intense look.
May Good Luck find you around every corner. Isn’t Good Luck a Woofie, Shoko? Shhhh….just smile real pretty like, Kali. Please take Good Luck home with you.
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